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1 Feb 2015
REALIZING the effectiveness of proactive engagements of all stakeholders, the Lagos State Government has said it would work to ensure that it has and maintains sustainable planning policy to upgrade slum settlements in the state.   This is one of the plans the state government, revealed recently while unveiling 10-year development plan within the government…
1 Feb 2015
CONCERNED with the shortage of houses and challenges facing construction industry in Nigeria, a foremost building materials manufacturer, Nigerite Limited, has unveiled a new product known as KALSI performance cement boards solutions.   The product comes with some advantages over the traditional masonry construction, Dry Construction method (Dryco), another name for Kalsi is a modern…
1 Feb 2015
IN a move to facilitate the establishment of an efficient and viable Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) regime in the country, experts have urged the authorities to fashion out a new tax regulation that will enhance equitable administration of value in the real estate sector.    They also called for an urban planning processes to…
1 Feb 2015
A ONE day training on valuation reporting standards is being put to together by the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESVs), Lagos Chapter, this Wednesday in Lagos, at the Event Centre plot 1 Block B Hakeem Balogun Street, off Cadbury Agidingbi Road, CBD, Alausa, Ikeja.   The training, according to the chapter’s Public…
1 Feb 2015
IN its quest to discover the best developers in Africa, the International Property Awards in London pursued development companies to present their finest work. Entries were received from companies in 13 countries across the continent.    The judging committee chaired by three members of the House of Lords scrutinized hundreds of entries and Ambassador Heights won…
1 Feb 2015
“THE appellants in the instant case having not discharged the duty the law places on them of demonstrating that the concurrent findings of fact of the two lower courts are perverse cannot, therefore, succeed. Having resolved all the three issues the appellants formulated for the determination of their appeal against them, I find the appeal…
1 Feb 2015
DETERMINED to ensure sustainable development and attainment of green economy, the Federal government has held discussions with the senior officials of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Abuja, towards strengthening partnership and deepening environmental development in the country.    The meeting between officials of the Federal Ministry of Environment, led by the new Permanent Secretary, Mrs. Nana Fatima Mede…
1 Feb 2015
WITH fewer than 50 days to go before the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction top scientists have called on governments to put evidence-based disaster risk reduction at the heart of their strategies for sustainable development.      The “Tokyo Conference on International Study for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience” called on policymakers…
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1 Feb 2015
WITH carbon cutting deal on horizon, United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon says he finds the lack of focus on investments green infrastructure among world leaders “troubling”.   Speaking at a televised event at the World Economic Forum, Ban said forums like Davos and the G20 had failed to treat sustainable development seriously. “We see…
1 Feb 2015
AMID plans to guarantee adequate, reliable and sustainable supply of energy at appropriate costs and in an environmentally friendly manner, to the various sectors of the economy, Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) has began the validation of its draft revised National Energy Master Plan (NEMP).     The revised draft National Energy Master Plan (NEMP) seeks to achieve the goals of…
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25 Jan 2015
COMING from the court, the Federal Government of Nigeria has lost ownership claim to a portion of a vast landed property, lying and being at Akure/Owo/Ilesa Road, Ondo State, on which the Federal College of Agriculture, Akure is located.   However, the court said the government only has ownership right to 685.9 acres instead of…
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25 Jan 2015
DEVELOPERS and other professional groups within the real estate industry have continued to examined the recent executive order by the Lagos State Government on land transactions in the state, saying the new regime has two sides of the coin, as some are likely to benefit while others, particularly investors may be at disadvantage.   The…

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